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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY afiRALD THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1911 L�GAL NOTICES Town of Bow Island NOTICE TO COXTRACTORS SEALKD TBNDERS uiarhcd "Tend-et^ for Pipe-Laying;" will be received by the iradersignecl up to six o'clock P-m. ou Wednesday. April 22nd, 1914, for the excavating, coiincctintr, and aU work incidental to the laying and constrncting of a main pipe line, from the municipal gas well to th� town limits, about i.iiree mile? more or leas. aI?o for excavating, laying: and connecting of pipe and laterals throuphout the towr. Plans .lud specification? may he Roen. and full information oWaiaad, at the office of Ute SecretaiT-Treas-tirer, Bow Island. Alberta. Tenders must be accompanied by accepted cheque for ten per cent, of the amount tliereof. payable to the Treasurer. Town of Bow Island, which amount will be forfeited if the parly awarded the contract fails to complete it in accordance with his tender. The Town o; Bow Island does not bind itself to accept the lowest or anv tender. W. A. BATE.MAN. Secretarj'-Treasurer. Bow Island, Alberta. March il, 1914. THE NURSING MISSION Provide* visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious dlieaaea) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty elso provided. For further particulars .ipply to the Xursing Mission 1414 Tth .Avenue South. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. McKivy. Omd. Nurse. WHERE IS THE MAN I PRAYING Of All Kmda Western Transfer Co. Limited owe*-C P. R. Freighl aheda r Offlea : : 11S3 PHONES i Otflea : : 462 Stablea 1064 COPAL'S Cereal Coffee WLTU FIGS On Sale at All GROCERS Best Investment and Greatest Returns for Your Money-Try "A Herald Want Ad" for Results. For Health or Pleasure Visit Boulder Hot Sprlogs, Montana's mcst up-to-date and popular health and plearge Mirror Pillows, Blankets, Slieets DisUei?, Cooking Utenaila And other articles too numerous to mention. NO RESERVE TERMS CASH Gus Neidig, Auctionesr j Miscellaneous for Sale ) FOH S.\T^-One Meli car iu \1 condition, .lust been thorougiiily overhauled. Great sacrifice for cash. Apply to D. E. .MacDonald, Indian Motor Cycle j^e5it^-tl^i'th_ St. S. 95-G FOR SALE--Manjuis^^a wheat, germinating 99 per cejit. with perfect score for purity o>n gove^mment test Ten thousand bushels sold leading U. S. seed firms, grading hlgt'est shipped to States; no ucxlcnis weeds. Small lots sacked $1.10 bushel. Special price large lots. Call and see samples. W. D. Fiuley, Stafford Block, Letbbridge. 95-6 SITUATIONS VACANT ~\ WANTED-Young girl to assist in light housework and to look after baby. Apply 41i 14th St. S. 95-3 W.-v.N"TED-At once experienced man to handle a stallloni. None but experienced need apply Apply John Jk'Lennau. Nobleford, Alta. 93-6 7i. FOR S-ALK-We" stiU have about 30 packages o' Pla.ver music, four rolls iu a paekaiw. $1.00 per package. Mascn & Risch Ltd. 95-6 FOR ^S.-vIvE-^T Silver Wyandoite~Cock erel. f. hens and pullets, also purebred Slh^r Wyandotte eggs. $2.00 per setting. Apply SU6 loth^St^S.__94-6 FOR SALE-Horse, buggy ^Tai^ ness cheap. Apply t>24 19th Street North. 94-X WANTED-At once, capable general servant daily for house work. Apply, Phono 1021 beitrween 11 a.m. and 1 p.m, 95-6 WA^n^'KD^Kl tohTn"' miatr^^ dian school, Brocket. For full pjirtic- ulars apply Principal, Brocket, Alta. _______ 95-6 WANTED-Canvassers, male or female for hous� to house soliciting for a ttrst class proi>osltlou. Apply to Box 25 Lethbridge Herald. 94-6 BRAKEMBN, FIRBMBN, nearby railroads, sioo. Necessar>- signal instruction free. Send age, postage. Rall-wiay Assooia:tlou, Dept. 435, Brooklyn, N. T. 94-14 FOR SALE-One 15 h.p. Westing-house motor, one Bullock Starter, two It kilowat "Transformers, oue Iron Quake.r 6-brick machine, one Sander, barrels, turn table, moulds, etc. All in first class condition. -Vpply Box 531, City.__94-6 FOR SAU5-No. 1 Seed PoUtoes. Apply Norman Krohraan, S. W. % 38-20. Phone R 30?, 6 miles east of town. 94-6 FOR SALE-Kisses, a basket full for 10 cents at Killlen^B ou Saturday. April 4th only. 93-5 FOR SALE-Cheap, two good second hand piaaoa with full rich toTie. A snap. Maaon & Risch Ltd. 91-6 FOR SALE-Household furniture; 1 Cleveland bicycle in gocd condltloo.; also 1 ton baJed oat straw-ciheap Apply 1906 7Ui Ave. S. 93-6 FOR SALE OR RENT-Piano. Phone 1162 or call 414 13th SL S. ' 90-6 FOR SALJ3-One pen S. G. Black Mln-orcas; one pen W2iite Wyandottee; one pen Pit Oamea; one pen Black Orpingtona; one pen Leghoma; S.C. White Lethom OockereU; S. C. White Orpington Cockerels. W. A. Ott. ____90-6 FOR S.4.LE-Choice 3eed"~oats. yielded over 100 bushel per acre in 1913, Limited amount. Prices on application by letter or phone, C. S. Noble. Nobleford, Alta. 74-0 FOR S.�uLE-^At a baifealn. one second liand player piano, bench and music. Cash or easy payments. Mason amd Risch Ltd. 91-6 $15 PER 100-White Leghorn day-old chicks, heavy winter laying strain; hatches from March to May; hatching eggs $8 per 100. Skinner and Clenkhom, Nanaimo, B. C. 74-26 FOR SALBJ-A quantity of timothy and blue joint hay. For further information apply to Ed. McKenzie, P. O. Box 165, R. Phone 109. 87-0 FOR S.A.LE-Drop us a card for a sample of Marquis Seed Wheat. Farm Products Ltd., Lethbridge Hotel Blk. Phone 1017. 83-0 FOR SALE-Soda fountain, tables, chairs, candy scales, shelving, etc. Terms to suit purchaser to right party For particulars apply to The Good Co., Lethbridge. 83- -0 \V.\NTED-Maid for nurses' home p-d dining room, also ward maid. Ap- jT;.- to Gait Hospital,_92-C W.ANTED-Capable general servant, able to do plain cooking. Apply Mrs. A. M. Grigg, 1213 6tb Ave. S. 89-8 WANTED-.Men and women to tearn barber trade; no experience necessary. Elgiit weeks completes; tools and catalogue free.. Plenty of demand for graduates. Write today. Moler Biirber College, 604a Centre Street, Cal.i;ary, Alta._205-0 WANTED-Good .girl , to assist in house work; musti be' fond of children. Good home for right party. Apply immediately 514 Tth St. S. 92-0 TO RENT TO RENT-Nicely furnished 6 room cottage, modern with gas and all con-venleucea, or would sell furniture reasonable. Furniture all new last fall. Call evenings at 1213 5Ui Ave. South. ___ ____95-3 TtTllENT-7 loorned house on four acres In North Lethbridge at $15 per month and 4 roomed house in South Lethbridge at �10 per mosith. Apply Mrs. Ott, 1255 5th Ave. S. 95-6 TO RELN'T-Fully modem six rooin house, close In; also one S and one 4 room house In good condttioii on 18tih St N. Rent reasonable, Immediate possession. Apply 429 13th St �. _jPi!one_539^___^ 95-6 TO RENT-A pleasant tront bedroom in fully modern house, close in, suitable for one or tw^o business gentlemen, hot and cold bith, use of phohe, breakfast if desired. Bo.x 33 Herald Office. 92-G TO RE.N'T-Rooms for light housekeeping, also double and single rooms with or without board, all modern conveniences, close In. Terms reason- able. Apply 319 5th Ave. S._91-6 TO RENT-House, fully modern, coF-taining 7 rooms and separate toilet and bath, gas connected with furnace, range and grate, $85 per month. Apply r.31 14th St S. 91-6 SITUATION^ ANTfiD \WiNTED-Girl of 16 wanu position to do light house work and attend bueiness college all day. lleferences. Apply P. 0. Box 204, Maoleod. ....95-r-2 WANTED-^Positiou as ' b-Mechanical edflneer desires position, competent mechaaic witSi technical training can do designing and drafting; 13 years experience 4 vears in the vrcst. 625 9th St S. _ �4-6 WANTED-Work of any kind by steady reliable married man. Will do anything. Samuel Howarth, 18N 4lh Ave. N. 92-8x WANTED-Engineer, second class Alberta certificate, seeks position, 12 years experience in operating and managing steam plants; references from 4000 h.p. Turbo electric plant and others. Box 46 Herald. $3-12 WANTED-C;ompetent lady stenographer at liberty, to accept position, or would do work for offices who require the services of a stenographer occasionally or a few hours daily. Box 115, Herald Office. 90-6x WANTED-Capable Scotch girl d&-siiea situation in country, near Lethbridge; well recommended. Box 16 Herald. 93-6 WANTED-DressmalcJng and sewing of any kind. Work done at home or would go out by the day, as desired. Phone 1643. 9.3-6 ammBmmmmmamaBammmmmmtmm^Bmmmaf I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS | FOR LEASE-The "Stafford R'anche" consisting of lands and tmildinge situate on river bottom to north of traffic bridge. Would make ideal dairy farm as there is a nine roomed house, large bairn, carriage house and outbuildings on t!he premises. For particulars apply Stafford & Stewart, a.oom 6, Stafford Block. 93-B FOR~SAEE^"l~wTll~give title to Lots 25 and 26. Block 159, plan 406-H Letlh- i bridge, and $345 iin: cash to the party j who will erect an $800 dwelling hcmtse ! on the gajd lots and give mo a mortgage tor $845 a)t current rates extending over period of from four to ten years. R. V. Gibbons, Balmoral Block. 95-12 LOST-FOL^D FOUND-Anyone having stock estmy send me brands ar,d full particulars. Also horses broken tor saddle and work. Box 45 Herald. 92-6 LOST-Laok this over. We are here to do business. We buy, trade or sell. Bargain-5 room cottage ou two lots facing east, north side, $1500. $200 cash, balance $15 per month without interest Wanted to buy, small house on the souUh side. Must bo a snap. To trade, 4 room house, large cliick-en house and bam, on two lots; south of Victoria Park. Will trade for small house on south side and ipay some cash. We have clear land to trade on city proporty. Wbat have youi? T. M. HUFF INVESTMENT CO. Room 10, Alberta Block-Phone 771. Business Opportunities | STRAYEEf^From 2-9-14 half mile north of Bxiperimental Farm, on Tuer-day March 31, one pure white bull calf about 4 monthfl old. Suitable reward for Information leading to recovery. T. S. Cromble, Phone R 105 LeWi-bridge. 95-3 For Sale or Exchange EXCHANGE-Clear titled Britirfi Columbia land to exchange for Alberta farm land or city property. Will assume some encumbrance. Grant, Moir & Co., Room 8, SUftord block. 93-6 FOR SALE-Two roomed Bliaok clieap Apply 720 15th St N. 92-6 FOR SALE OR E.XCHANGE-If your property is for sale or exchange, 9e� us. We make a specialty of exchanj,--Ing anything,, anyv.hore real estate or personal property. Commission reasonable; if you do not get results it costs you nothing. Try us. We get the business, write, phone 72X or call Kimball & Larsen t.,td., 117-115 Sherlock Rnlidins. 2-0 COLLECTIONS Made Anywhere WE GET THE MONEY The Brown Mercantile Agencies. 103 Sherlock BIdg. Phone 1�34 FOR RENT - Housekeepin.er suite, bedroom, sitting room, kitchen and batlj. Apply at once. Room 1, Kirk-ham Block._Phone^556_or 1030. ^ 93-6 TOlRENT^^^^^ve iroomed fully mcdern cottage with gas on 14th St. S. $22 per month. C. B. Bowman ."Vgency. 95-6 LAND FOR SALE F'OR SALE-Five and ten acre lots, plowed and irrigated, near school, }URt �ast of city. Easy terma. Lloyd 4k Devine. Hull Bid*., 7th 8t Phoue 1017. 379-0 FOR SALE-10 acre tracts, choice ir-ri��ted land, $1100 per tract, $20.00 down And $10 per month, per tract, near city and good achool. William Ingram, 1302 7th Avenue South, L.eth-brldge. Phone 470. 93-6 BX3B SALE-Will sell at right price en easy terms all or any part of Albert Park, Taber, comprising 85 acres subdivided, in the mile circle, inside the lown limits and in line of deveiop-laent. Gilt edge proposition with big possibilities. Apply V. C. Howell. 154 Dnndas St., London. Out 87-12 BRITISH COLU.MBIA &-ACRE Farms especially selected by soil e.iperis as the choicest fruit and agricultural land in fertile Skeena River Valley. Mild climate. Ready markets. Irrigation unnecessary. No better location in province. Farms adjoin official Grand Trunk Pacific townslte of Carnaby. Trains running through property. $50 an acre. "Terms one-fifth cash, balance over five years. Write today for complete information. Hazelton & Skeena Valley Land Co., Ltd., 445 Homer St, Vancouver. B.C. BRITISH COLUJfBIA Fruit Lands- 10 acre tracts, near Trail, good local market. $8 to $35 per acre; $10 monthly, DO interest Write for map and surveyor's reports. Columbia River Orchards Ltd.. Nelson B. C. e.o.d. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-Well built two roomed shack. On skids ready for moving. P. O. Box 1925, City. 91-6 FOR SALE-Must sell, 7 room fully modern house on nearly 40 feet bungalow style, near Central School; will sacriflce at $3300; $800 cash. Box 392, City. 90-6 FOR SALE-:-One four roomed cottage being 815 Sth.A^'e. S.. small cash payment, balance to suit Apply 1018 12th St S., Phone 1418. 91-6 FOR SALE-160 acres splendid farm land, just north of Diamond City; fenced and partly Improved. $9.50 per acre, easy terms. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency. _ 70-0 FOR SALEl-One-tiuartor seetlon land in good location for $1325; clear title. Apply T. S. Fetterly, owner, 334 6th Street South. 93-0 PROPERTY FOR SALB)-Own forty feet facing east, near 6th Avenue S., Forced sale. Box 392 City. 93-8 FOR SALE-Two ten acre irrigated garden tracts just north east of city, $S0 cash, balance month'Jy p*yment�. R. V. Gibbons. Balmoral Blk. 95-12 J-H-XSgeBBBBBga-----L-1 IS III. 1- BOARD AND ROOM TO RENT-Nicely furnished room Klrkhara Block. Apply at once Room 1; Phone 556 or 1030. 78-0 FOR RENT-For a good room with all modern conveniences, stoam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. 24-0 BOARD-By month, day or week; close in, near Y. M. C. A., house fully moilern, thoroughly renovated; good home cooking. Meal tickets, 21 uguare meals for $5, 329 Uth St. S. 89-20 BOARD AND ROOM-Modem conveniences; 13 p�r WMlfe Apply 834 7th St a. Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. S, GALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2--3; 7-8 p.m. Omce 914 'i.'hlrd Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. McNaCXy-l6F"Shevlock~m Residence 12(16 Sixth Avenue. Oftlce hours 11-12; 3-3; 7-8.30. Office phone 319; Residence 1090. SURVEYING i. F. HAMILTON. B.A.Sc-Dominion and AUievta Laud Surveyor; Irrigation &. ilydrauUc Engineer. Roomi 5 and 0. Whitney Block. P. O. Bo> 657. Phone 1042. DUFF 4 EDWARDS-(Wm. M. Edwards. B.A.Sc, Dominion and Al- OR. C. C. CRAGQ-Physician. Surgeon, Accoucher. Office at residence corner otb Avenue South and 7lh St-eet South. Hours: 8-9; 1-3; 7 to 8.30. Phono 1203. Duff, C.E.)-Commercial blue printing, civil englncerlnK arid land surveying. Suite 205 Sherlock Bldg.. r.? engaged for Dances, Banquets, Soc� lals. Receptions, Weddings, etc. Any number of pieces supplied. Good music, well played. Evening dress when desired. F. Cllne, Manager. Phone 1267. WHOLESALE WESTERN SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO, LTD.-Corner 3rd Ave. and 4th St South. Wholesale Mine, Builder?, Contractors, Blacksmiths, Railway, supplies; packing, belting' valves, pipe fittings, wire rope and fittings, barb wire, fancy biick. watcrproofln.?. expansion shields, store fronts, plate glass Phone, 1044. H. McG. YOUNG, A. D. C. O.-Teach, er of voice, piano and theory. Studio, room one. Conservatory Bldg., lltli St. and 5th Ave. Residence, y. M. C. A. TUITION, VOICE, AND PIANO.-' W. G. Smith, 725 6th St. South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Ten years teaching experience. Advanced and Primary pupils. Bejiiunera a specialty. $12.50 a term. Studla 1226 5th Ave. A South. HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES- Wholesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue joint, mixed hay. upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar space for rent. Hyde and Saunders, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St S. P. O. Box 1127. Phone 1244. HILLCREST ORCHESTRA-Open fo^ engagements, for concerts, dances, etc. Up-to-date music. Secretar\-, C. V. Edwards. Hillcrest, Alberta, Phone 74, ring 3. 8787-o